In fact, the "Kramer Reality Tour" is itself spoofed on Seinfeld—when Cosmo Kramer receives money from catalog sales company owner J.
Peterman for the use of his various stories in Peterman's biography, he develops a reality bus tour and touts himself as "The Real J.
Kramer’s character is based on the real-life Kenny Kramer, a neighbor of co-creator Larry David.
At the time of the shooting of “The Seinfeld Chronicles”, Kenny Kramer had not yet authorized the use of his name, and so Kramer’s character is known as “Kessler”.
Neither Kratz’s lawyer nor Di Nardo’s immediately returned messages seeking comment Wednesday afternoon.
For Di Nardo, he said, prosecutors would seek the death penalty only if he backed out of an agreement to plead guilty to all four murders.Peterman." Kenny Kramer also made both monetary and non-monetary demands on Castle Rock Entertainment—all of which were met.The backwards episode, "The Betrayal", explains that Kramer's original name, "Kessler", is just a misspelling on his intercom buzzer. Described by an art patron as "a loathsome, offensive brute," he is often shallow, callous, and indifferent.On the other hand, he is often caring and friendly, going out of his way to get his friends to help others and to do the right thing even when they don't want to.Kramer is known for his extreme honesty and lack of tact; in "The Nose Job", he tells George's girlfriend that she "needs a nose job".